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[New] MCleaner for S60 3rd Edition
MCleaner by Beijing Mobile Security Technology automatically filters and rejects unwanted calls and SMS or MMS messages according to fully configurable rules and schedules.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:29 in category
[New] Currecy for UIQ 3.x
Currency from Viking Informatics is a currency converter for UIQ3 smartphones supporting 137 currencies, conversion between any given currency and retrieving currency rates using an Internet connection.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:08 in category
[New] MCleaner for UIQ 3.x
MCleaner by Beijing Mobile Security Technology automatically filters and rejects unwanted calls and SMS or MMS messages according to fully configurable rules and schedule.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:03 in category
Symbian OS, S60, UIQ and MOAP unite to create one open mobile software platform. Nokia to buy Symbian and establish Symbian Foundation
Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and NTT DOCOMO announced today their intent to unite Symbian OS, S60, UIQ and MOAP to create one open mobile software platform. Together with AT&T, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments and Vodafone they plan to establish the Symbian Foundation to extend the appeal of this unified software platform. Membership of this non-profit Foundation will be open to all organizations. This initiative is supported by current shareholders and management of Symbian Limited, who have been actively involved in its development. Plans for the Foundation have already received wide support from other industry leaders.

To enable the Foundation, Nokia today announced plans to acquire the remaining shares of Symbian Limited that Nokia does not already own and then contribute the Symbian and S60 software to the Foundation. Sony Ericsson and Motorola today announced their intention to contribute technology from UIQ and DOCOMO has also indicated its willingness to contribute its MOAP(S) assets. From these contributions, the Foundation will provide a unified platform with common UI framework. A full platform will be available for all Foundation members under a royalty-free license, from the Foundation's first day of operations.

Contributions from Foundation members through open collaboration will be integrated to further enhance the platform. The Foundation will make selected components available as open source at launch. It will then work to establish the most complete mobile software offering available in open source. This will be made available over the next two years and is intended to be released under Eclipse Public License (EPL) 1.0.

The Foundation's platform will build on the leading open mobile software platform, with more than 200 million phones, across 235 models, already shipped by multiple vendors and tens of thousands of third-party applications already available for Symbian OS-based devices.

Read more @ Symbian.com, SymbianFoundation.org, Nokia.com, SonyEricsson.com, Motorola.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:10 in category
[Upd] Fist beta version of @Web now available
@Web by Digia is a web browser based on the S60 Webkit engine. Webkit features true web page rendering with HTML 4.01, Javascript 1.5, AJAX, HTTP 1.1 browsing with cookies and cache. Features include:
* Full finger touch UI
* Page control with finger
* Four zoom levels
* Intelligent Bookmark functionality
* URL auto-complete (from history)
* Automatic full screen browsing, auto-hiding Address bar and Navigation bar
* Page rotation for portrait and landscape browsing.

The first beta version is now available for download from Digia (free registration is required).
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:56 in category
Symbian celebrates its 10th anniversary
It's hard to believe how time flies... Symbian OS is now 10 years old. To celebrate the 10th anniversary, Symbian has lauched special Symbian @ 10 website where you can learn about the past and presence of Symbian OS, sign the birthday card and share your story by signing the guestblog.

Oh, and while we're at how time flies... This website, My-Symbian.com, will celebrate its 9th anniversary in just three months. But don't worry, we're not going to retire yet, unless someone wants to offer a good lifelong pension :-)
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:31 in category
I spent last week playing with the just announced Nokia E71 and the E66 and I'm charmed with their extremely high build quality and elegant design, high-end tech specs and, despite their business character, decent multimedia and 'general use' capabilities. Featuring high-end ARM11-based 369 MHz Freescale CPUs, 128 MB RAM, built-in A-GPS receivers, 3.5G connectivity, decent 3.2 Megapixel AF cameras (with somehow crippled video recording) and some nice updates on the software front, they are a great choice for both business and private users. Read my Nokia E71 review (based on a pre-sales model, to be enhanced and updated shortly once I get a final device) for more details and impressions about the E71, and stay tuned for my Nokia E66 review coming later this week.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:05 in category
Nokia announces two new Eseries phones: E66 and E71
Today at the Nokia for Business event, Nokia announced two new, long awaited Eseries phones: the E66 and the E71.

Nokia E66 is a direct successor to the E65, a slider phone with 240x320 pixel screen, based on Symbian OS 9.2, S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1. Featuring HSDPA/UMTS, Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, WLAN b/g, 3.2 Megapixel AF camera, FM radio, built-in Assisted GPS and accelerometer, ARM11-based Freescale processor running at 369 MHz, 128 MB operating memory (RAM), 128 MB internal storage and microSD memory card slot, it doesn't leave much to be desired. With its highly elegant and very durable stainless steel casing and very well working spring-loaded slider, it's also a serious upgrade to the plasticy E65 when it comes to build quality, design and ergonomics.

Nokia E71, despite its name, with its large 320x240 display and Blackberry type QWERTY keyboard, is a successor to the E61/E61i rather than the E70. It has very similar technical specs to the E66 (3.2 MPix camera, A-GPS, HSDPA/UMTS, WLAN, 128 MB RAM, etc.) and the only difference (except for the design/form factor, of course) seems to be lack of accelerometer. Just like the E66, the E71 represents very high build quality, with solid, stainless steel (dark-silver painted) frame around the front side, durable metal battery cover on the back and high quality keyboard with nearly perfect tactile feedback.

Both the E71 and the E66 come preloaded with support for VPN, Microsoft Exchange (Mail for Exchange mobile email client), data encryption, dictionaries, QuickOffice 4.x suite, Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email solution as well as third party email solutions like System Seven and Visto Mobile.

Both devices (priced at around EUR 350 before taxes and subsidies) will start shipping in July and will be available in black and white versions. More information: press release, press kit, picture gallery (E66, E71), E71 product page, E66 product page, presentations of the E66 and E71.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 13:19 in category
[New] Chords for S60 3rd Edition
Chords by Dimitri Brukakis is a simple, freeware application for displaying guitar chords. Just select a note, a key and a position on the fretboard and Chords for S60 shows you where to put your fingers.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:30 in category
[New] Mobile Weather for S60 3rd Edition
Mobile Weather by Dimitri Brukakis is a freeware weather forecast client for S60 smartphones that shows the current weather situation of hundreds of cities anywhere all around the world.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:20 in category
[New] Mobile BT Remote for S60 3rd Edition
Mobile BT Remote by Fastcode transforms your phone into a Bluetooth remote for your PC. It has many useful modes like Bluetooth Mouse, Bluetooth Keyboard, PowerPoint Presenter, Acrobat Reader Presenter, Winamp Remote, iTunes Remote, VLC Remote, BSPlayer Remote, etc.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 13:47 in category
[New] Navi2Go UK for S60 3rd Edition
Navi2Go shows you real 3D photography with landscape elevation of the entire United Kingdom, giving you realistic navigation experience. Identify turns, exits and buildings, choose your perspective angle and zoom level and more.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 13:37 in category

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